Question about Sony KV-32XBR48 32" TV
It all started when: one day the tv made a quick (less than 1 sec.) screetching sound and shut off. It turned back on ok. As time went by though, it took longer and longer to show a picture and the picture started blinking on and off. Just once in awhile at first, then sometimes twice, untill after about 2-3 weeks it got to where it would blink on and off almost constantly. One day it made the same unusual sound and shut off again. I thought that it must have finally died but turned on the power again. To my surprise it was working again (no blinking/ picture returned). I knew this probably be short lived. Fast forward- all the same symptoms returned after about 3 months until the present very long turn on with the finall screen being just solid snow/ full screen. Any ideas? Anyone love a mystery to solve? Anyone have a cheap, easy, God-please-don't-make-me-cough-up-the-money-for-a-flatscreen-right-now solution? Thanks soooo much for any info.
Try resoldering the pcb, especially the heat producing components on the pcb, do it with the crt base card too, I guess this will fix this up. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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